Genre-bending improv rock band, Twiddle, will head to The ELM for the first time on November 3, 2021 with Bozeman’s electro-funk outfit, Moth.
Many jam fans in Montana remember Twiddle as their last concert before the pandemic. Twiddle played some of the final shows in 2020 when they hit the Top Hat and Rialto in March, the latter of which was sold out. Now with the extended wait for concerts, and Twiddle making their debut ELM performance, you can bet it’s going to be wild show.
Coincidentally, Moth had opened for Twiddle at both of the aforementioned shows. It’s awesome seeing them back on the bill again and it’s for good reason. They easily hold their own and each member of the band boasts impressive musicianship. They’re stoked about it too…
PRESALE: Limited Logjam presale tickets for Twiddle will be available online only from 10am to 10pm (or while supplies last) Thursday, July 15th. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
$1 per ticket supports The White Light Foundation, Twiddle’s affiliate 501c3 organization. The WLF makes financial contributions to non-profits local to where the band is playing each night.
With 15 years of relentless touring behind them, Vermont-based rock band Twiddle has built an impressive resume spanning Red Rocks to Bonnaroo, and multiple sellouts of historic rock venues including Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre, and Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club. And with the second half of the band’s third studio album, PLUMP , on the horizon, the band’s career continues to catapult forward. Buoyed by the generous support of 359 Kickstarter donors, the 27-song album does more than showcase the group’s beautiful music, but also tells an important story, comprised in PLUMP Chapters 1 & 2 . Recorded during a two-year span with legendary producer Ron St. Germain, PLUMP serves as a reflection of four brothers’ triumphs and struggles, both individual and as a whole. On Chapter 1, songs like “Lost in the Cold” and “Every Soul” detail what it’s like to hit rock bottom and how to rise back up. “So many fans have shared how these songs carried them through very difficult times, and that alone makes this all worth it,” said Brook Jordan, Twiddle’s percussionist and vocalist. Comparatively, Chapter 2 contains genre-bending instrumentals, as well as mystifying epics like “Nicodemus Portulay” and “Orlando’s.” More than ten years later, these songs mirror the earliest Twiddle arrangements of 2004-2005 when Mihali Savoulidis and Ryan Dempsey were collaborating in their freshmen dorms at Castleton State College. Continue reading…